Which beaches are sandy in the UK?

What is the longest sandy beach in UK?

The UK’s longest beach is Chesil Beach. It is an 18 mile long shingle spit on england’s south coast. It connects the Isle of Portland with the mainland and is a barrier to the Fleet Lagoon. The longest sandy beaches are Berrow Beach in Somerset, SW England and Pendine Sands in Wales.

What are the top 20 beaches in the UK?

Best beaches in the UK

  1. Watergate Bay, Newquay. Two miles of golden sand backed by cliffs and caves, where the Atlantic swells produce reliable surf and peregrine falcons, gulls and fulmars wheel overhead. …
  2. Porthcurno, near Land’s End. …
  3. Pentle Bay, Tresco. …
  4. Saunton Sands. …
  5. Blackpool Sands. …
  6. Studland Bay. …
  7. Compton Bay. …
  8. West Wittering.

Where is the best sandy beach in UK?

Top 25 UK Sandy Beaches

  • Saunton Sands: Devon. …
  • Bamburgh Beach: Northumberland. …
  • St Brelade’s Beach: Jersey. …
  • Botany Bay: Kent. …
  • Rhossili Bay: Wales. …
  • Woolacombe Beach: Devon. …
  • Porthminster Beach: Cornwall. Porthminster in Cornwall is a sheltered beach with calm seas, making it ideal for families. …
  • 1 . Bournemouth Beach: Dorset.
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